On Grey's Anatomy Season 13 Episode 1, Alex faces the consequences of hurting Andrew. Elsewhere, Meredith contemplates what she say about Aex, and April reveals the name of her daughter.

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When you watch Grey's Anatomy Season 13 Episode 1, Alex brings Andrew to the hospital after beating him. His condition is horrific, and Meredith questions what she should say. Jo clears the air about not sleeping with Andrew, which is the reason why Alex beat him up in the first place. Jo thinks she should leave town after Alex lashes out, but Richard stops her. Andrew wakes up but freaks out when he sees Alex. Meredith finally tells Miranda what Alex did, but when they go to find him, he has already turned himself in. Elsewhere in the episode, Meredith tries to get Nathan to stop flirting with her after finding out Maggie liked him. After a talk about honesty with Maggie, Meredith finds Nathan at her front door. She tells him she doesn't feel the same way. Lastly, April reveals to Catherine they named the baby Harriet. They get into a minor arguement about whose last name the baby should take. Turns out April and Jackson already planned on hyphenating their last names for their daughter.

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On Grey's Anatomy Season 13 Episode 1, Alex faces the fallout from his beating of Andrew, and Meredith questions if she should tell Miranda what Alex had done.


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Grey's Anatomy Season 13 Episode 1 Quotes

April: Her name is Harriet.
Catherine: Harriet?
April: Um-hmm
Catherine: Oh, I like it. Tubman.
April: Exactly. Tubman, also The Spy, which is a very good book.

Richard: You drank too much. You screwed up, and now everything is crashing down around you.
Jo: Just go.
Richard: Well you came to the right guy because I have done it more than you ever will, and I can tell you from experience, with a little coffee and sunlight, the troubles will get smaller and the world will keep standing. I promise.